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LEEDS CANVASSER AND A BRASS RING.

LEEDS CANVASSER AND A BRASS RING.

the Police Court, to-day, James Ferguson cmvatwr. residing lodgings in Rockingham Street, Leeds, was eentenced to three months* imprisonment. for obtaining ss, false pretences. The accused ring, representing it to gold for 255., and she paid him ss. ac£l n i^ discovered the ring
30 October 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WANTED—A MAN

WANTED—A MAN

Salary—£looo a Year MEN will break your heart,” a great employer once said to me. • Into his room pour hundreds of ideas. “We ought to this, and this—and that, and that,” says the man who looks into them. I agree," says the employer, let us do that, and that. Butwhere are you go
30 October 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
PARK AVENUE TO SCOTLAND.

PARK AVENUE TO SCOTLAND.

Bradford's Centre-Half for Ayr United. Herbert Dainty tho Bradford club's centrehalf back, who returned to Scotland recently, was to-day transferred to Ayr United, and will play against Falkirk on Saturday. Dainty, who is still in his prime, came from Southampton to Dundee, whic
30 October 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Agonising Backache Pain Sloan's Liniment is the finest remedy for backache, rheumatism, sciatica or lumbago that has ever beenfound. No

Agonising Backache Pain Sloan's Liniment is the finest remedy for backache, rheumatism, sciatica or lumbago that has ever beenfound. No

need to rub it in; laid on lightly it stops the pain at once. Mrs. Martin. 168. Surrey Lane, Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow,'writes:—" I suffered terribly with pain in back and joints, and used Sloan's Liniment with the greatest benefit. It is a great pain-killer. My friends tell me
30 October 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LIMIT IN OVERCOAT VALUE You've never seen such splendid Overcoat value are at present showing, and if you oomd

THE LIMIT IN OVERCOAT VALUE You've never seen such splendid Overcoat value are at present showing, and if you oomd

- call here and inspect one the nuv.els. you would at once realise thi.- The materials are warm and cosy yet in weight and hard wearing, ant are made up into the most fashionable styles of the moment at prices ranging f»om 55s tfHEFFIELD. AND AT MANSPICIJ.
30 October 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
DEAR BUTTER. DEAR BACON. The best suhntitutc for dear butter and dear bacon ia HARTLEYS ieville Orange Marmalade, which can

DEAR BUTTER. DEAR BACON. The best suhntitutc for dear butter and dear bacon ia HARTLEYS ieville Orange Marmalade, which can

be obtained at reaaonabk prices from all Grocers. •uarantibd AaaourraLY Him.
30 October 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
p I N E M A IIOUS E. FARGATE, SHEFFIELD. CONTINUOUS PE R FO R M NCE. ; DAILY—2 ia3o

p I N E M A IIOUS E. FARGATE, SHEFFIELD. CONTINUOUS PE R FO R M NCE. ; DAILY—2 ia3o

PROGRAMME for THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY A MAGNIFICENT EXAMPLE OF PATHE FHERE’S
30 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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NOW OPEN. NOW OPEN. SHEFFIELD FUEL. LIGHT AND POWER EXHIBITION. FRIDAY, OCT. 24th, to SATURDAY, NOV. 15th, 1913. piTY EXHIBITION HALL, SHEFFIELD (late The Jungle). TYEMONSTRATIONS of ELECTRICAL AND GAS COOKING, TO-DAY, 5.30 6.30 p.m. and 8.30 to 9.30 P ni.
30 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS SALES

MISCELLANEOUS SALES

ATHEIvN'IC UNDEEWEAR, soft and fleecy, . guaranteed unfhi intable; we offer far choice of texture and sizes than shops—Write patterns direct Dept. 10. Atbeenio Mills, Scotland. 'iARLE, lull sine, Cleaver and 11 Bradford, for Sale ; ail requisites and nearly ire*" —App‘y C. E. Ch
30 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
JOURNEYS IN CANADA. SOME NOTES ON YANCODYER. (By a Special Correspondent.) Getting to Vancouver is like reaching England again. The

JOURNEYS IN CANADA. SOME NOTES ON YANCODYER. (By a Special Correspondent.) Getting to Vancouver is like reaching England again. The

climate is the same or better than the English south coast. There is more moisture in the air than anywhere between Quebec and the Rockies; the people have English complexions and don’t look dried up and pallid as do most Canadians. The city, which has grown from nothing to 200,
30 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England